daniel ward — IchikawaEdward — Ichikawa Lee — Joshua Edward —Ainslie Templeton — Amrita Hepi — Samuel Lieblich — Arini Byn — Bridie Lunney — Carmen-Sibha Keiso — Chi Tran — Claire Lambe — Eugene Choi — Eugene Yiu Nam Cheung — Jacinta Keef — Justine Youssef — Kat Capel — Kiri-Una Brito Meumann — Lil Palser Barto — Sophia Walsh — Jessica Pearson — Angus McGrath — Bridget Chappell — Mara Schwerdtfeger Hana Pera Aoake — Amy Parker — Liv Moriarty — Miso Bell — Ritika Vohra — Kata Szász — nat brigg — Cristina Dawn — Dina Saifo — Vi Massa — Gareth Morga — Audrey Pfister — april phillips —Alex Klages — Jasper McGrath —Campbell Rothnie — Mira Schlosberg — Neika Lehman — Chunxia Qu — Bridie Lunney — Spencer Lai — Agnes Whalan — felix garner davis — Tim Hardy — Lia Dewey Morgan — Bridget Erin Flack — Bridget Gilmartin — Shannon May Powel — 

2021, english — softcover — 120 pages — 145 x 204 mm
First edition, edition of 225 numbered

om speaks to the simple divinity and extreme peculiarity of the highly performative conditions of one’s own daily life; the small insignias and patches, pins and adornments, placements, characteristics, hymns and performances. Lai ponders on the saturation of symbols and signs, communicating both a steady nostalgia for the material and a vibrant framework for which to diagnose the bizarity of the present. the book speaks to the universality of spiritual hunger and the amusing particulars of the physical world which we must construct this meaning/purpose/destiny within. we are asked to observe the statues and gods within which our understandings, interests and obsessions ruminate. where fears are trusted to be stored. the book celebrates the fine details of a global installation.

Spencer Lai is an artist.
They live and work in Melbourne.

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